Date: 10th March 2009 at 12:44pm
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In form Forest, travel to inform Watford tonight for what promises to be an important game for both sides. A win for either team, will give their survival hopes a massive boost, whilst defeat will deliver a swift kick in the knackers to the losers. Victory for the Red’s could lift us to the dizzy heights of 17th, if the Gods’ are smiling on us for once.

There’s as much to fight for at the top and no where more so than at Brum, who take on Barnsley at St. Andrews. The Tykes sit one place and two points below us in the table and have a tough job on their hands to get a result over their hosts, who sit in second place.

A dismal run of results has seen the donkey lashers of Blackpool sucked into the relegation zone in recent weeks and they have a tough ask tonight at the Blunts. Defeat in Sheffield, could see Blackpool just one place above the drop zone, if results elsewhere go against them.

The Saints entertain the Sheepshggers, who will be without a couple of key players tonight, as Commons and Porter will be missing for the Rams. They will be hoping to keep their own recent revival going and at the same time continue their move away from the trap doors.

Bottom of the table Charlton, travel to third placed Reading. The Addicks look all but done, but as we know all too well, the Royals can be beaten at home. Table toppers Wolves entertain the tractor boys of Ipswich and fourth placed Cardiff, travel to the tractor boys of Norwich. All in all, it’s set to be a nail biting evening in the Championship once again. The Prem can’t be any better than this?


 

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